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Jan 21, 2013 6:30pm EST
yachted and i are the missouri school of poetry. [laughter] we have differences. i'm from kansas city. [laughter] which during my entire childhood was known as the gateway to the west. and he's from -- he was from st. louis, which got the government to build a big gateway arch and started calling itself the gateway to the west before that they were known as mound city, which always drew the question, mound of what? [laughter] so you can't blame them, really. although we don't think it as the gateway of the as west. we think of if it as the exit from the east. [laughter] there's some similarities between tsl elliot and me. we both use foreign language in our poetry. he tends to use san san crypt. i don't use much of that. i actually don't know much of that language. i was one of the kids that got dreaming during the sanskrit class in kansas city. [laughter] look out the window. i use yiddish though. [laughter] i think it's fair to say that tsl elliot was not partial to yiddish. i -- my shortest poem uses yiddish. my shortest poem was called something like "the societal, political, and
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2013 7:00pm EST
have differences. i'm from kansas city, which during my entire childhood was known as the gateway to the west. and he was from st. louis, which cut the government to build a big gateway arch and started calling itself the gateway to the west. i didn't really blame them. and for that they were not as mound citycamorra service to to depression, mound of work? so you can't blame them really, although we don't agree it is the gateway to the west. we think of st. louis is the exit from the east. [laughter] there's some similarities between t.s. eliot and me. we both use foreign language in our poetry. he tends to use sanskrit. i don't use much sanskrit. i don't actually know much sanskrit. as one of those kids who got a got a new to during sanskrit class in kansas city, sort of look out the window. [laughter] i use yiddish sound. i think it's fair to say that t.s. eliot was not partial to yiddish. my shortest palm using skittish. they shortest palm is called something like the societal political and philosophical implications of the o.j. simpson trial. title does that count in the link
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2013 9:00am EST
by the horns." sunday night at eight on c-span's q&a. >> next comic kansas governor sam brownback delivers his third state of the state address. in his remarks before the joint session of the house and senate, he gave his plans for balancing the state budget which faces a projected shortfall of $267 million for the fiscal year beginning july 1. this event in topeka is 25 minutes. >> good evening. mr. speaker, madam president, -- [applause] you jumped my laundry now going to have to repeat. you will have to do that again, i hope. i was just looking at her thinking there's a lot of new faces here. welcome. good to have you in the legislature. it's going to be a great you and they do have before i get started one quick big announcement. next year at this time the capital renovation will be complete. [cheers and applause] finished. that's been about a decade in coming, but it does look beautiful. legislators, justices of the kansas supreme court, lieutenant governor jeff colyer and members of my cabinet, leaders of the native american nations of kansas that are located in the state, my wonderful w
CBS
Jan 19, 2013 6:00pm EST
strength as opposed to duke. indiana had a tough loss at home. kansas unimpressive. michigan is number 1. >> a young team with a higher ceiling. now, let's talk about another matchup that we saw earlier on cbs. kansas at texas and sheldon mcclelland with a floater here. seth, take a look at this action. >> this is an unfortunate turnover. maybe your thoughts. feeding ben mcelmore. kansas very fortunate to win. kansas got it done at the foul line. they're having some issues with elijah johnson at the point. he was 1 for 11. teams are slowing them down. they've been in the 60s for three straight games. so a win is a win. but they have to play at kansas state tuesday that will be tough. >> mcelmore had 16 in the game. other action that we need to update you on. arizona with ease. 71-54 over the sun devils. the florida gators are really playing well for billy donovan. his team rolling missouri without bowers. 83-52. you mentioned ohio state. they're underway right now with michigan state. sparty up by 8 early on. the creighton-wichita state was something to behold. a classic matchup. dougy g
CSPAN
Jan 15, 2013 5:00pm EST
because -- >> you can see all the white house briefing at c-span.org. we go live now to the kansas state house in topeka for governor sam brown's state of the state speech in which she lays out his vision for the next year. the republican majority in both legislative chambers. [applause] [applause] [applause] [applause] [applause] and back. [applause] [applause] >> good evening. mr. speaker, madam president -- [applause] >> yes. [applause] [applause] >> you jim's my line. now i'm going to have to repeated and i hope he will be willing to do that again. a lot of new faces here. welcome. to have you in the legislature. it's going to be a great year, and i do have one quick pronouncement. next year in this time the capitol renovation will be complete. [applause] >> finished. that has been about a decade in the coming, but it does look beautiful. legislators, justices of the kansas supreme court, lt. governor, members of my cabinet, leaders of the native american nations of kansas that are located in the state. my wonderful wife mary, the first lady of the state of kansas, my parents, oh, ye
CSPAN
Jan 21, 2013 8:30am EST
, kansas and chicago. booktv documented the kenya trip with the author. next, david maraniss sits down with booktv to discuss his book. we show you extensive video from his trips throughout the program. this portion of the program is about an hour and a half. >> author david maraniss has been researching and writing his tenth book, "barack obama: the story." for this project "the washington post" associate editor and pulitzer prize winner traveled across the world to kansas, indonesia, kenya, hawaii, new york and chicago. david maraniss spoke with relatives of president obama in kenya and discovered the president's african ancestral history. he toured the houses where young barack obama lived in indonesia and found the kansas family homes and sites where his mother's family began. and for the next few hours, david maraniss joins booktv to discuss his latest book "barack obama: the story." and then to take your calls, e-mails and tweets. >> host: david maraniss, you write in "barack obama: the story" that no life could have been or more the product of randomness than that of barack obam
NBC
Jan 23, 2013 4:00am PST
. kansas against kansas state. a tough battle in the 11th ranked kansas state wildcats. kansas had the lead in the second half but had to hold off kansas state down the stretch for a 59-54 victory. the jayhawks have won 16 in a row. >>> unranked villanova staged a strong second half rally against fifth ranked louisville and pulled off a stunning upset. 73-64. >>> ankle injuries and back spasms caused 15-time grand slam champion serena williams to lose her cool. she broke that racket. she destroyed a racket out of frustration as she was upset by 19-year-old american sloane stephens at the australian open. >>> nfl commissioner roger goodell has reinstated sean payton following a year-long suspension in the bounty scandal. he can resume his duties and even attend the super bowl. >>> rex ryan ran a red light causing a three-car accident in pennsylvania a couple days ago. no one was injured and the police report says ryan was traveling at a high rate of speed but not ticketed in that. >> the harbaugh brothers who are coaching against each other in the super bowl said they will not talk before th
MSNBC
Jan 29, 2013 2:00am PST
. we were in mid-70s all the way in kansas city and st. louis. the peak in kansas was the warmest you have ever seen in the month of january. that's the set up for what's going to happen today. it's a severe weather outbreak like in march or april. you are going to see a lot of moisture and warm air and a storm with a lot of cold air behind it. it's going to trigger possible tornadoes today. arkansas is at greatest risk. i'll show you that in a second. in dallas, you walk outside, it's 70 degrees. 67 in kansas city. already a record high at the stroke of midnight in kansas city. that's how unusually warm it is. be careful, snow in northern minnesota. it's this area of red, the greatest concern for tornadoes today. the state of arkansas, little rock, pine bluff down to northern louisiana back up to memphis. this is after dark. that's what makes it especially dangerous. the late night severe weather events. it's typically, when we look back and get the most fatalities. hopefully we will avoid it tonight. >> thanks so much, bill. straight ahead on this tuesday morning, a queen advocates
MSNBC
Jan 17, 2013 6:00pm PST
this doctor on the show. her name is dr. mila means. she grew up in wichita, kansas. she went to college at wichita state. she went to medical school at the university of kansas. she then became a family doctor in her home town. the friendly lady with the bright red hair who gives vaccines to little kids and arthritis medication to the older folks. and her family practice at an office park in wichita. dr. means is not a particularly remarkable doctor in the way we usually think of remarkable doctors. she was not a standout in her field in any way. the reason we had her on this show, the reason we were talking to her in 2011, is she was planning on doing something quite amazing and quite newsworthy and quite brave. what she planned to do was to essentially take over the practice of this man, dr. george tiller. dr. tiller was also from kansas. he was born in wichita. he was the son of a family doctor. he went to medical school in kansas. he joined the navy and became a flight surgeon. george tiller really wanted to become a dermatologist. but just as he was starting his residency, his pare
NBC
Jan 29, 2013 4:00am PST
in kansas city, 30s, you would say it was a march day, maybe early april. this is the heart of winter where we're this warm in the middle of the country. the jet stream was over the west that was just this huge dip with all the energy and rain that went through southern california and arizona. that is all on the move. when that hits the really warm air in the midwest today, we'll get a rare january severe weather outbreak, possibly tornadoes. we hit the high in kansas city at midnight by 5 degrees. it's crazy. you don't hear of stuff like that. because of all that and the big storm coming through, we have a severe weather risk coming through, the state of arkansas has to watch out for tornadoes later on tonight. nothing like that in the west. we're watching actually a calmer weather forecast. although with the jet stream still diving down, we still have energy coming through the west. a few showers from seattle to portland. boise and salt lake city dealing with a little rain and snow mix depending on your elevation. it's quieter on the west than in the heartland, that's heart to . all the w
ABC
Jan 29, 2013 4:00am PST
to kansas. waco hit 81. it was 77 in topeka. that city's all-time high temperature for the month of january. >>> and today, violent storms from the gulf coast into the midwest, with memphis and little rock expecting the worst of it. a few inches in the upper midwest. also, some showers from seattle to portland. up to a foot of mountain snow in the northwest. milder and foggy with morning drizzle from boston to new york and d.c. >> a couple of near-record highs. 83 in orlando. and 60 in chicago. 20s from billings to fargo. upper 50s from sacramento to phoenix. >>> and when we come back this morning, google maps. where it's never gone before. >>> plus, a major retailer's about-face. good news for bargain-hunters. >>> and barbara's health battle. a surprising diagnosis for our friend and colleague, barbara walters. >>> welcome back, everybody. another major union sees clear skies for an american airlines merger. the transport workers union has agreed to terms if the bankrupt carrier merges with u.s. airways, giving its 21,000 ground workers an immediate race if there's a deal. pilots and fligh
NBC
Jan 29, 2013 4:30am EST
highlighted the area in the middle of the country. it was 74 degrees in january in kansas city. one degree away from the all-time warmest temperature ever recorded in january. and topeka kansas saw their warmest day they've ever had in january. that warmth was widespread from texas to florida. now, here's the setup for the march-like severe weather outbreak. huge dip in the jet. we have a lot of rich moisture coming out of the gulf, this is just a setup for the severe storms starting this morning and then going all the way through wednesday night before it exits the east coast. already this morning, we set a record high at midnight. record high 63. 67 in the middle of the night. crazy. as far as the radar goes, not a lot right now. we had the snow through the northern plains last night. some freezing rain problems up there in north portions of the great lakes but the severe tomorrow storms will come later today. as this front begins to progress, the lighter areas of to oklahoma city, dallas is where the storms will form later this morning and then they'll sweep through arkansas especially
CNN
Jan 15, 2013 4:00pm PST
. all right. thanks very much to tom foreman. >>> republican congressman tom huliskamp of kansas is voting against this but we have very specific questions to ask him on why that vote might not add up. john avlon is here with me and i want to ask you this question. pork disgusts me and every american. someone's pork is someone else's, i don't know, best part of the animal. but the point is, why is it always in there? why can't these guys just realize americans want a clean, transparent bill, cut out the crap for lack of a better word. >> that should not be too much to ask but the problem is someone's pork is someone else's lifeline and this is disaster relief. we're 11 weeks after sandy. what has folks really furious is the hypocrisy. a lot of lawmakers from the gulf coast who begged for assistance and got it quickly after disasters devastated their region. all of a sudden they're being callous rather than doing the right thing. >> but hold on. why not then give the amtrak money that you need? why is two-thirds of it going to non-sandy related things? give them what they need. >>
CSPAN
Jan 21, 2013 8:30pm EST
winner traveled across the world to kansas in tunisia kenya hawaii new york and chicago. david maraniss spoke with relatives of president of president obama in kenya and discover the president african ancestral history. he toured toured the houses were young barack obama lived in indonesia and found the kansas family home where his mother's family began. and for the next few hours david maraniss joint booktv joined booktv to discuss his latest book "barack obama: the story." we will take your calls e-mails andta tweets. >> host: david maraniss you write in "barack obama: theth story" that no life could've been more the product ofs randomness than that of baracks obama. >> guest: is the whole world coming together accidentally in honolulu hawaii. a father who's destined to come there from kenya because he readsb a story in the saturday evening posted describes thesci university of hawaii is a great place because ofun its diversity and a mother who gets there because she has a father who ha this wanderlust and is nevernv satisfied wherever he he is in and set them selling furniture. the
CNN
Jan 15, 2013 8:00pm PST
kansas. start with the bill that john mentioned. you were one of the 67 members that voted against the sandy relief bill and voted against today, as well. let me play what your fellow congressman said about it. >> to my colleagues from states who have had disasters some rather recently who decided we need to change the rules of the game, shame on you. florida good luck with no more hurricanes, california, congratulations, did you get rid of the andreas fault, mississippi you think you are not going to have a flood again? who do you come to when you have these things. >> he obviously feels differently than you do. how do you respond to his point. >> a couple of things is to make sure the money we spend gets to those who need it. the earlier vote about flood insurance, we have a program that is hemorrhaging and needs to be reformed. one thing to note. according to the congressional budget office, 80% of the funds won't spent for two years. we don't hav to authorize or spend those today. we want to be certain the money gets to those in need and make sure it goes through the course to
CSPAN
Jan 12, 2013 6:30pm EST
right now in kansas city with google. are you supportive of that project? how does that project plate into the politics of abundance? >> i do not work with google. let me give you my interpretation. blair's broadband plan --they said, let's see if we can do this in kansas city. it is tremendous when a business empowers people in its own shops and have that kind of initiative. it is resonating in other cities and states as well. they are following their own method to get similar results. >> they have announced a deployment that i think -- not as large as the google in kansas city, similar in terms of scope. chattanooga has a gigabit deployment. chicago recently put out a request for information. the city wants to deploy gigabit in various parts of the cities and deliver innovation and goods and services. they got a number of responses. the groups i have worked with are working with a number of universities. they recognize that broadband is not an entertainment cool. it it is an economic development will. we will need bigger quantities if we want at -- to be at the forefront of the nex
ABC
Jan 1, 2013 6:30am EST
told to hit the road. >>> slick roads and icy conditions are making it tough for drivers in kansas city. police responded to a number of crashs and a number of cars sliding off the roads. light snow and flurries continued throughout the overnight hours with temperatures falling well into the teens. mike. >> yeah. >> the drivers were told to avoid the slick conditions and stay off the roads. but who list tones that. bab -- listens to that. you are lamenting the loss of andy reid. >> it's tough. who is going to fill his position? >> well, there is the question. >> change for the sake of change never works. >> the devil you know versus the devil you don't. >> bel air not dealing with the snow or ice we showed you in kansas city. it's 40 degrees. it's mild. and a lot of locations are into the upper 30s to around 40 degrees. that is impressive map. this tells the tale. it's 11 degrees milder than where we were yesterday morning. so that gives you an idea. yes, pretty mild and the cloudsfor the overnight kept the heat from yesterday from escaping in the atmosphere. and call it the radiational
MSNBC
Jan 15, 2013 11:00am PST
in this whole debate. >> it's interesting, governor rendell. governor of kansas was on earlier saying that the folks in kansas not looblging for new laws out of washington but mother jones, the liberal or progressive website, labeled out 14 ways obama can push gun control without congress. some of the things on the list, they say actually appoint a full-time atf director. a lot of people might be surprise there had's not a full-time director for the alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives bureau. we know the controversy of the past and say prosecute people that try to buy guns illegally. according to the article, in 2009, people legally prohibited from buying guns tried to get them and 0.1% were pros kutded, governor rendell. >> mother jones is right. those are things we have got to do. look, it's got to be a comprehensive, all-out attack on this. i would disagree slightly with molly. i don't think chances of passage of those assault rifles and all that's all that slim because there are republican congressmen of suburban areas in philadelphia, for example, four suburban republican c
NBC
Jan 29, 2013 12:00pm EST
as everyone is getting ready for the big game on sunday. cold air across the plane's right now. 41 in kansas city. only in the teens right now in denver. we will get some rocky weather, possibly thunderstorms in the area. tracking that cold front with thunderstorms already pushing its way through oklahoma and eastern kansas and missouri as well. there could be severe weather possible today into tomorrow. let's put the futurecast in motion. starting wednesday morning, a lot of clouds in the area. a couple of sprinkles for the overnight. it looks like our shower chances will increase through the afternoon. the cold front is likely to pass by through the evening hours. that is what we could have thunderstorms through the area. potentially on the gusting side. we will keep an eye on whether or not we said -- we extend that severe threat into maryland. showers will head out to our east into thursday morning. snow showers will be possible well out into garrett county. here is the forecast for tonight. mostly cloudy skies, a sprinkle possible. very mild overnight as the temperatures dipped only int
ABC
Jan 29, 2013 12:00pm EST
to kansas. it will not last. it is rippling to the east enjoying milder weather today. adam caskey is here now with a look at our first forecast. adam i know this time of year you do not prefer the warm temperatures. >> that is right. i would rather be need deep in snow. it is january. we will the colder temperatures later this week. bright sunshine. hi cloud over arlington. 61 degrees measured at washington-lee high school. 67 in manassas. 69 in frederick. 67 in madison, va.. some locations out of washington are at that 70-degree mark. i think tomorrow we will see more 70's. sections of the country from kansas down towards dallas, that is the section for thunderstorms today. as that pushes east toward, i think we will see strong thunderstorms tomorrow. i will time out with the futurecast. >> scott? >> now, the boy scouts is making changes to its longstanding no gays policy. under the new policy, local groups could decide for themselves how to handle the issue. >> president obama in las vegas unveiling his immigration reform proposal. this comes a day after a bipartisan group of senators l
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2013 8:00am EST
of the examples you put in your book is what's happening right now in kansas city with google. are you supportive of that project? how does that project play into the politics of abundance? >> guest: so i don't work at google, let me give you my interpretation of it. they read blair's broadband plan that said why can't we have a 10x or 100x improvement in broadband, and then they said, well, let's just see if we can't demonstrate that in kansas city. i think it's tremendous when a business empowers people in its own shop to have that kind of initiative. but as blair will tell you, it is resonating in other cities and states as well, and they are following their own methods to get to very similar results. >> guest: that's right. last week i was in seattle with the mayor at the university of washington announcing a gigabit deployment that i think will be -- it's not as large as the google deployment in kansas city, but is similar in terms of scope. chattanooga has a gigabit deployment. the mayor of chicago, rahm emanuel, recently put out a request for information saying the city wanted to deploy gi
MSNBC
Jan 23, 2013 2:00am PST
but it ended happily. >>> turning to sports. starting with college basketball. kansas against kansas state. a tough battle between the jayhawks and the wildcats. kansas had the lead in the second half but had to hold off kansas state down the stretch for a 59-54 victory. the jayhawks have won 16 in a row. >>> unranked villanova staged a strong second half rally against fifth ranked louisville and pulled off a stunning upset. 73-64. >>> ankle injuries and back spasm caused 15-time grand slam champion serena williams to lose her cool. she destroyed a racquet out of frustration as she was upset by 19-year-old sloane stephens at the australian open. >>> nfl commissioner roger goodell has reinstated sean payton following a year-long suspension in the bounty gate scandal. >>> new york jets head coach rex ryan ran a red-light causing a three-car accident in pennsylvania a few days ago. no one was injured but the police report says ryan was travel agent a high rate of speed and not given a ticket. >> the harbaugh brothers who are coaching against each other in the super bowl said they will not tal
CNN
Jan 5, 2013 9:00am PST
with a kansas man, he answers a craigslist ad and agrees to donate sperm to a lesbian couple. they have a baby girl. glags to them. the donor, william, relinquishes all parental rights. take a listen. >> i donated genetic material and that was it for me. you know, i'm not being held to be a parent. i'm not raising the child. i wasn't expected to be paying for child support. >> genetic material. that's a very low romantic term. now you have the two moms, and they're fine with that. but when they tried to get state health insurance for their daughter, apparently the state says, well, we're going after the donor instead for child support. >> right. >> this was jaw dropping. so i guess there is a specific statute under kansas law that applies here. so tell us what's going on here, avery. >> in 1994, kansas created a law that creates the presumption that a donor is a father. it's a ridiculous law, but it is the law of kansas. but it is a mere presumption that can be rebutted, can be overcome. ultimately -- i mean, i don't know what kind of guy is cruising on craigslist going, hmm, i'd like to, you
NBC
Jan 3, 2013 4:00pm EST
in the middle of a bizarre battle. yesterday we told you about the kansas man being sued for child support, because he helped a lesbian couple conceive a child. michelle fran senn talked to him. >> reporter: he thought it would be a simple act of kindness to help a lesbian couple -- >> if you're two women, that's kind of difficult without men there, so i donated. now the 46-year-old is caught up in a child support legal battle, not with the couple, but with the state of kansas. >> no good deed goes unpunished. >> reporter: he found an ad, offering $50, but he decided, along with his wife kimberly, to take no payment. >> this is not at all what we signed up for. >> reporter: morada signed a legal contract with the biological mother and her partner at the time, giving up any parental rights. the contract also says he would never be held responsible for any child support. the couple has since separated, but still care for the child together. >> we never intended for him to financially support her. that was our responsibility as her two parents. baugher became ill, and snyder applied for finan
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2013 3:55pm EST
kenya in kansas and taking me around the world on a journey of more than 45,000 miles to figure that out. the second session was given the contradictions into which he was born, a biracial kid in hawaii in 1961, how did he do with? how did you figure himself out? how did he get to the resource possible to become president of the united states. it's really those obsessions that drove me through this book. i have sort of a mantra that i start every book with and that is go there, wherever there is. so i biography of some birdies at turning to my wonderful wife in entering the immortal words, how would you like to go to green bay for the winter? [laughter] to which she responded, her. but we did in the middle all the difference. to soak up a place in writing does things that don't even show up on the page, the sort of infuse the writing of this since you can't get any other way. since the time in 1996 and added those words, i did making it up to her ever since. how would you like to move to san juan puerto rico were too wrong to learn about the world of the 1960 olympics? this book more tha
MSNBC
Jan 28, 2013 6:00pm PST
. happy mardi gras. in kansas, which doesn't have mardi gras, except privately, republican governor sam brownback gets to do more or less what sam brownback wants, because republicans also control the legislature there. the other day, governor brownback announced his agenda for this year. and oh, hey, look, an end to the income tax. already republican tax cuts approved last year have opened up a giant hole in the kansas budget. now the governor wants to pay for that with a higher sales tax. and by ending tax breaks that benefit ordinary working families. this is after kansas republicans already took away tax breaks for stuff like food, the kind of tax breaks that try to make up for the unfair nature of the sales tax. the nonpartisan tax wonks say they have a worried eye on the plans of the republican governors this year. not just in kansas and louisiana, but in wisconsin and in ohio and nebraska. in north carolina, where republicans won complete control last year, they're now talking about making the poor pay more. so that's how the political season is opening up this year in the red st
Comedy Central
Jan 28, 2013 11:00pm PST
during a football game tragedy in kansas city. >> right jon: with the football player who killed himself and then his girlfriend. you spoke of a gun culture >> right jon: and... quoted jason whitt lock a columnist from kansas city and now writes for the fox sports website who never mentioned the second amendment or gun control but talked about a gun culture which i do believe exists. it's an attitude toward guns. obviously i think any sane person believes that we ought not to have high capacity magazines and assault rifles and that there ought to be background checks. you should be in a country where 40% of the gun purchases are done without a background check, where it's so easy to circumvent the existing laws. we can tighten all that stuff up without repealing the second amendment >> jon: how do you define it very quickly? >> you know what? i'm not exactly sure what sane is, but i know a lot of what i heard in the after math is insane >> jon: what did it feel like to be in the epicenter of i guess you became the polarizing magnet in the gun control argument even though that was not the
CSPAN
Jan 14, 2013 8:00pm EST
that information transparent. i just flew back in from kansas, as did many of my colleagues, from the district, and last week i did four town hall meetings in additional to 140 in the last two years, and my constituents look at this spending and our trillion dollar deficit, they want to know where all the money goes, not just over a million dollars, and this amendment would take one step to providing transparency and accountability. so i ask this committee add the amendment, and i'd also file two amendments that would have needed waivers. these seek to ensure that local governments are not violating the second amendment right office law abiding citizens. and then number 60 would require certification by the secretary of homeland security that no recipients were receiving funds if they were agent acting actinn contravention to the law preventing gun con confiscation. when guns were improperly confiscated after hurricane katrina, congress passed a law to prevent this from happening in the future. in the state legislature in kansas, i led the effort to pass similar legislation. i have submitted r
FOX News
Jan 26, 2013 11:00am PST
interesting. a lot of governors tryin even eliminate the income tax, louisiana, kansas, nebraska, tell us what's going on and why? >> a great story and by the way, james, 63 of the great golf score, but it ain't so good as a tax rate and that's what phil mickelson states, and the big story here, a lot of states have been looking at what's happening in places like texas and in places like tennessee, i'm in nashville, tennessee, today it's boomtown, usa. states that have no income tax and the evidence is irrefutable that businesses and capital and families are moving out of those high tax states like where you live in new york and moving to these no tax states. he so you've got a number of places like north carolina, like arkansas, like kansas and oklahoma and the south and southwest, that say, you know, we don't want to be like california we want to be like texas and they're looking at eliminating their income tax. >> paul: okay, steve, but what about the revenue losses? that will be the big complaint if you give that up you're going to lose revenue. how do you make it it up? >> a great questio
KBCW
Jan 3, 2013 10:00pm PST
? >> have i got a minute of sports for you. i've got the college football showdown in the desert. oregon/kansas state. it's a fiesta. the minute is next. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get u-verse tv for $29 a month for six months. rethink possible. returned to practice today. ..former eagles coach andy is reporedly this close to they injured the defensive tackle as people were wondering about that returning to pack us today. he's reportedly close to becoming the new man in kansas city. to the fiesta bowl as they are calling chip kelly. one is the oregon ducks. speaking of runs, how about thomas on the opening kick off? 94 yards for one of the fastes
NBC
Jan 29, 2013 5:30pm PST
in a day. kansas city, 30 degrees colder, cut bank, montana, 40 degrees colder. in chicago where today it was 63, by thursday it will be 18. there's an explanation for all of it, but it is a wild 24 hours. we begin with weather channel's mike seidel outside the weather in little rock. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. the dip in the jet stream, a kink leading to unusually warm temperatures today and firing up the first widespread severe weather outbreak with tornados so far in 2013. tonight, we have tornado watches in five states. more will be issued overnight, and tomorrow so far no twisters reported, just wind damage. but a long way to go. take a look at the record warmth today. kansas city hitting 68 after midnight, way above average. and in chicago, the coats, scarves, gloves came off yesterday. temperatures were in the 40s, last week had a high of 11 in chicago. 63 set a record. that's more than 30 degrees above average. back to the forecast for the storms. crossing the mississippi river tonight, keep an eye out in indianapolis and nashville after midnight for danger
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